The major focus of my research is on ways to improve Bike Share systems. In close collaboration with the largest Bike Sharing systems in the US (NYC, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C. and in the Bay-Area), our group develops mathematical models and tools to operate these systems more efficiently. In our quest to enhance their efficiency, we apply tools from Combinatorial Optimization, Stochastic Modeling and Simulation.
I can be reached at X@cornell.edu, where X = "df"+ the number of days in a year ("365"). My office is in Rhodes 657.
Daniel Freund, Shane G. Henderson, David B. Shmoys.
To appear in IPCO 2017.
Siddhartha Banerjee, Daniel Freund, Thodoris Lykouris.
Working Paper.
Nanjing Jian, Daniel Freund, Holly Wiberg and Shane G. Henderson.
WSC 2016.
Daniel Freund, Matthias Poloczek and Daniel Reichmann.
To appear in European Journal of Combinatorics.
Daniel Freund and David P. Williamson.
Working Paper.
Ben Fisch, Daniel Freund and Moni Naor.
TCC2015.
Ben Fisch, Daniel Freund and Moni Naor.
CRYPTO2014.
Engineering Applications of Operations Research, ENGRI 1101
Cornell University, Spring 2017.
Instructor
Big Data Technologies, ORIE 5270
Cornell University, Spring 2017.
Instructor
Spectral Graph Theory, ORIE6334
Cornell University, Fall 2016.
Grader for Professor David P. Williamson
Mathematical Foundations for the Information Age, CS4850
Cornell University, Spring 2014.
TA for Professor John Hopcroft
Introduction to Computing using Python, CS1110
Cornell University, Fall 2013.
TA for Dr. Walker White
As TA for CS1110 and CS4850 I received an Outstanding Teaching Award and a Yahoo Graduate Teaching Award.